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Dr Catherine KnightEnvirohistoryNZ podcast 5

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Welcome to the fifth episode of the envirohistory NZ podcast. This episode explores the critical link between environmental history and the decisions we make about how we shape and live within the environment. To illustrate the importance of environmental history in informing environmental policy and planning decisions, this episode reflects on two recent natural disasters - the February 22nd Canterbury earthquake and the March 11 earthquake and tsunami in north-eastern Japan.

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Artist/Composer: Dr Catherine Knight
Keywords: environmental history; Canterbury earthquake; Christchurch; Japan; March 11; February 22; tsunami; earthquake; environmental planning; podcast; episode 5; envirohistory NZ; Catherine Knight; Tohoku; north-east Japan;

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